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`Pawn Hearts' released in October 1971 remains the defining landmark of Peter Hammill's VdGG project, though all the albums are in various ways good. Read morePublished 2 months ago by The Guardian
I will never forget the 1st time I heard this recording. It profoundly shook my interest in progressive rock music while elevating my appreciation for the inspired musicianship... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gary J. Figueroa
In 1976 I read a review in STEREO REVIEW magazine to which I was subscribing. The review was by another subscriber who wrote glowingly about an LP by a group I had never heard of... Read morePublished 12 months ago by mr. marketing
What a great album.
Until recently the only VdGG album I possessed was the now-rare as hen's teeth 68-71 compilation (on vinyl of course) and I haven't played any of my... Read more
the final ( vdgg first generation )adventure of a fantastic group.
a forest of sounds rumors and big music. Read more
(I'm qualifing sound, music is superb)
I own original UK CD edition, as an example: Man Erg starts with a low piano (peaks of -15db), in new edition, same piano peaks at -4db. Read more
When I was just starting my music collection I bought anything that had long tracks and anything that could potentially carry you to another place. Read morePublished on February 16, 2012 by Jim Boles